Responsive Web Design is all the rage right now. It’s absolutely not surprising as it not only caters for different screen sizes and devices (tablets, phones, computers, laptops…etc), but it’s simply really really cool when you see a website’s design completely transform and morph into different layouts when a browser is resized.
But to be honest, it sucks for web designers. It means more design considerations, a higher chance of error, more client requirements, more time and basically more work! Thankfully there are plenty of useful tools for responsive web design already. This will be a series of detailed blogs that introduce some of the most useful tools to make designing responsive web design suck less for web designers. This week I’ll be going through some of the most useful tools for getting started with responsive web design.